Brexit and GDPR
The Authority Personal data (AP in the Netherlands) is approached by various organizations with questions about the effects that the Brexit could have on the protection of personal data. These questions arise with the exchange of personal data with organizations in the United Kingdom.
Within the EU that is regulated in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). At a no deal-Brexit the United Kingdom will be a so-called third country and will organizations transfer personal data to organizations in the United Kingdom then they must rely on other instruments.
The Authority Personal data (AP in the Netherlands) has close contact with its European supervisors about the possible impact of the Brexit. Within the framework of cooperation of the EDPB (European Data Protection Board) they discuss various scenarios. Where possible EDPB will give further information at the new developments.
We process daily countless personal data of its customers, employees, suppliers or third parties in order to achieve our business goals. By technological developments we can do boundless business and processing data. The new data protection General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) provides uniform rules across Europe.
Do you know what the Brexit is going to mean for information security and data protection in your organization? May you still exchange boundless data and personal data with your partners in the United Kingdom? Or should you close new agreements with these partners?
How do you inform your partners on the exchange of data in the United Kingdom? As an organization, you have very little time, while the effects of Brexit could be big for your company. Avoid the harmful consequences of Brexit today. With a Brexit-voucher you can advise on the impact of the Brexit profitable for your business. You get to EUR 2,500 granted from the Government to be properly prepared on the effects of the Brexit.
We can help you with this. Contact us today for a hassle-free preparation on the impact of the Brexit.